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Ideas, suggestions, observations, nice articles I found, comments on SW engineering, Quality Assurance, Testing and more...
Test Automation Strategy for IoT Applications
Software QS TAG 2017 Conference Report, Frankfurt
Got to hear Felix Christy @ the Software QS TAG conference (one of the biggest conferences for testing and quality assurance in Europe, organized by...
Oct 25 2017
How to manage continuous improvement in testing teams Using Community of Practice
QS-TAG Conference Report, Nuremberg
I recently have spoken at the QS-TAG Conference 2016, in Nuremberg Germany, one of the most successful QA &...
Nov 24 2016
Risk Based Testing & Risk Management
reply and report to an article
Reading the article on ISTQB LinkedIn: Risk Management in...
Nov 15 2016
Quality in the connected World
QS TAG Conference Report - Nuremberg
Valeriy presented a unique story of their experience in Agile. The challenge of working with many teams in agile, each moving with...
Nov 04 2016
What does Quality really cost?
This question is hammering in my head for a long time, and I believe companies should consider giving it an answer from their own reality and perspective....
Sep 07 2016
SIGiST Conference 2016
The Israeli Testing Forum Annual Conference
As usual, SIGiST Israel is opening its doors for another exciting set of presentations and tutorials. This time, the International Guest is Mr. Richard...
Jul 03 2016
Report - Security Technical Meeting
At Sogeti, Netherlands
At the Security Technical Meeting of Sogeti in the Netherlands, I presented a topic: "The Main Challenges of Testing Today", and discussed...
Mar 22 2016
Free Test Conference Norway, 2010
I have been speaking at Free Test conference in Trondheim, Norway last week. Even though we had not so many participants (~50 people vs. ~70 last year),...
Mar 26 2010
Hiring New testers - How do they think?
As I was looking on other things, I stumbled on James A. Whittaker's blog on testers framework of thinking (...
Feb 02 2010
In Agile Teams - A Plumber is a Plumber, and a Painter is a Painter
One of the things that Agile discipline encourage, and preach is that everybody should be equal on the Agile team, and although there are different...
Oct 21 2009
Test Management under Crisis
We are in a situation where the market is closing on us fast with a lot of demands on product quality, reducing costs, improving business value. Test...
Jan 09 2009
Challenges of testing Down-scaling of systems
I once came across an unexplainable phenomena. We where in the middle of a POC, very tight schedule, and it was evening Thuresday. We decided to leave the...
May 16 2008
Testers Knowledge Accommulation & Tracking
We are putting too little effort in knowing what knowledge we have, and what knowledge we should have in the future to cope with emerging technologies....
Apr 28 2008
Do we have the Legitimacy to Test An Application Domain?
12 years ago when I have trained a group of testers for one of the banks, a guy stood up in the middle of my testing course, and told me: "Do you have an...
Apr 17 2008
Who says testers needs to know programming?
In the last couple of talks I had with a few testing colleagues of mine, I found out that some persisted that testers will be trained in the future with...
Apr 14 2008